Ada S. McKinley’s Behavioral Health & Clinical Services team is looking for qualified applicants/candidates to become a part of our Pathways to Success program. We are offering sign-on bonuses, licensure exam reimbursement, and other benefits as we fill multiple positions.
Join our team and help make mental health a priority in our communities.
Care Coordinator I: Intensive Care Coordinator
Takes primary responsibility for making the care coordination process happen for children with a mental health diagnosis, helping their families through the facilitation of Child and Family Team Meetings, coordinating with professionals, and helping the child meet their goals. Learn More and Apply
Care Coordinator II: High Fidelity Wraparound
Takes primary responsibility for making the wraparound process happen for children with a mental health diagnosis and their families through the facilitation of Child and Family Team Meetings, coordinating with professionals, and helping the child meet their goals. Learn More and Apply
Pathways DSA Supervisor
Provides supervision to one or more Designated Service Areas (DSAs) engaged in the delivery of individualized behavioral health services that are unique to the potential and needs of each child and family. Learn More and Apply
Pathways Clinical Manager
Oversees the Care Coordination and Support (CCS) services for a Designated Service Area (DSA). Learn More and Apply
Job opportunities at Ada S. McKinley cover a wide range of services that include Child Development & Youth; Employment & Community Support; and Behavioral Health & Clinical. View More Job Opportunities
Ada S. McKinley Community Services, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate in hiring or employment based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, or age. In addition, the agency offers special programs that provide training and employment opportunities for adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities, giving them an opportunity to live with dignity and become self-sufficient.