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Adult Case Manager

Sumner Mental Health Center   Wichita, KS   Full-time     Mental Health
Posted on September 24, 2021

Sumner Mental Health Center, a team-oriented community mental health center located in Wellington, Kansas, has an opening for an Adult Case Manager.

Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in a human service field, along with computer, writing and communication skills. Preferred candidates will have knowledge of community resources, housing alternatives and vocational services, along with experience working in the community with individuals who have serious and persistent mental illness. All candidates must have a valid Kansas Driver’s license and motor vehicle insurance coverage. Background checks required.

Competitive salary, 403(b) with 10% employer contribution, health/dental/ vision/disability life insurance, and other benefits are available.

Applications are available at Sumner Mental Health Center 1601 W. 16th Street, Wellington, Kansas or email resumes or inquires or email resumes or inquires to HR@sumnermentalhealth.org. Open until filled. 

 

 

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