Childrens PRI Worker

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

Sumner Mental Health Center, Wellington, Kansas, a team-oriented, family friendly community mental health center has the following openings:


Children’s PRI Worker: Seeking an energetic, self-motivated employee to provide psychosocial rehabilitation services (PRI Worker) to assist children or youth consumers on a one-on-one basis with interpersonal and daily living skills.  Job requirements include at least a high school diploma or GED; good writing and communication skills; electronic medical record documentation; time-management skills, and passing a background check.  Kansas Driver’s License and motor vehicle insurance required to drive fleet vehicles. 



Competitive salary, medical/dental/vision/life/disability insurance plans, Paid Time Off, and a 403(b) plan with annual 10% employer contribution.  Resumes, applications, or questions should be submitted to Sumner Mental Health Center (Attn: HR) 1601 West 16th Street, PO Box 607, Wellington, KS 67152 or submitted by email to  Equal Opportunity Employer.  Open until filled.




This company is an equal opportunity employer to all, regardless of age, ancestry, color, disability (mental and physical), exercising the right to family care and medical leave, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, marital status, medical condition, military or veteran status, national origin, political affiliation, race, religious creed, sex (includes pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding and related medical conditions), and sexual orientation.

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