Up to $1,500 sign-on bonus - Community Mental Health Professional - DLS (Daily Living Support Professional)

  • R&K Wellness and Mental Health
  • Remote (Waterville, ME, USA)
  • 07/25/2023
Full time Health Care

Job Description

In this position, you will assist individual adults in their homes and surrounding communities to work on developing daily living skills, apply various symptom management techniques, as well as implement various approaches to become more independent and self-sufficient and work towards their goal of wellness and independence. DLS staff receive recurring clinical supervision and training revolving around best practices, ethics, harm reduction, diversity awareness, trauma-informed care, person-centered approaches, and documentation skill development.

Hourly pay ranges between $21.50 to $23.50 per billable hour

Full-Time hours available (minimum of 32 billable hours per week) 

Part-Time hours available (minimum of 15 billable hours per week)

Travel & Mileage reimbursement

Affordable Health Care


After 90 days, employees will be eligible for 401k, Medical, Dental, vision, LTD, STD, and other insurance coverage

Paid Time off benefits may be offered to an employee after 6 months of full-time employment to qualify for Sick time, Vacation time, Bereavement, and 7 paid holidays

Ongoing performance-based incentives



We provide monthly clinical supervision that meets state and licensing requirements  

Assist DLS staff in developing an individual pathway to attain MHRT-C (for screened and eligible candidates)

The Program Coordinator and other agency personnel are always readily available for ongoing support

Paid classes: MHSS, behavioral interventions class, & CPR/First Aid to obtain and maintain your MHRT-1 Certification



Must have or be eligible to apply for MHRT-1/P or MHRT-1 Certification

Reliable transportation and current car insurance

Current driver’s license

Pass background checks

Able to meet deadlines and attention to details

Effective communication skills and a basic understanding of computers