BE SUCCESSFUL. BE SIGNIFICANT.
CWC is one of the most highly regarded community service organizations supporting individuals with disabilities and special needs. We provide a diverse array of programs including case management, residential, acquired brain injury, and therapeutic services for children through adults. Charlotte White Center has career opportunities including full-time, part-time, on-call and temporary positions.
CWC provides multiple level social service programs and our services network continues to expand. We invite you to come join our team of dedicated professionals supporting individuals with disabilities or life challenges. We are always looking for highly motivated individuals to offer professional and compassionate services at the highest quality of care.
In return we offer:
Full medical, life insurance
Paid leave time
An employer sponsored, and funded retirement plan
A challenging and rewarding career
Our employees are our greatest resource in serving individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Each employee is treated as a valued professional. Working here is more than just a job; it is the pursuit of a rewarding career. We provide training that helps build careers.
1 full time positions in Dover-Foxcroft, to work as part of our team in collaboration with the Mayo Counseling Center. Qualified applicants have the opportunity to provide services to adults, children, and families utilizing a variety of therapeutic modalities. LCSW or LMSW-CC certification required. Candidates should demonstrate excellent interpersonal and communication skills and experience with MS Office preferred.
Part time opening in the Bangor/ Dover-Foxcroft areas for an Adult Case Manager to assist adults with behavioral health diagnosis in obtaining and maintaining the necessary services to be able to live successfully in the community. Requires a high school diploma or equiv., Bachelor’s or Associate Degree in related field preferred. Must qualify for conditional or full MHRT-C certification.
Skills Development Provider
Teach independent living skills, per treatment plan, including but not limited to: Adult living skills, i.e. - personal hygiene, housekeeping, meal preparation/ planning and budgeting. Social integration skills, i.e. - communication, conflict resolution and proper social interaction with others. Community integration skills, i.e. - resource identification and utilization.
Behavioral Health Professional
Caring People Are Needed to work with children with Behavioral Health Diagnoses. This is part time work that is primarily after school hours. Positions currently available in the Bangor area, Ellsworth, Stonington, Newport, Dexter, Clifton, Dover-Foxcroft, Corinth, Carmel, Bradley, Milo, Lincoln, Monson, Sangerville, Sebec, and Orneville. Minimum qualifications: HS Diploma or Equivalent, Clean Driver’s License & insured reliable transportation. Paid Training Provided. Starting wage $9.50-$12 per hour depending on education and experience.
Direct Care Staff / Direct Support Professionals
Charlotte White Center is seeking staff to provide support to individuals with Intellectual Disabilities, Mental / Behavioral Health Diagnoses, Brain Injury and Cerebral Palsy in Bangor, Dover Foxcroft and surrounding areas. Must be available to work overnights, must have a High School diploma or equivalent and a valid ME driver’s license in good standing. Paid training provided. Relief, Part Time and Full Time positions available.
Assistant Director for Residential Programs
Become a Shared Living Provider
Interested individuals or families can contact the Shared Living program director to begin the qualifying process. An application packet will be sent to you which gathers personal and background check information to help us get to know you better. Contact the Charlotte White Center’s Bangor Office at (207) 947-1410 for more information and ask for the Director of Shared Living.
Note: Positions posted until filled.