School-Based Clinician, LCSW

Bucksport Regional Health Center

BRHC is seeking a school-based clinician to provide direct treatment services to students and their families as part of an established school-based services initiative. The clinician will be joining a 10 member licensed, interdisciplinary behavioral health team working in a rural health center setting with locations in both Bucksport and Ellsworth, Maine.   This opportunity allows for diversity and/or specialization in the provision of services to all grade levels in our local community school district.  They will be working with cases referred or self–identified and tasks will include collaboration with educational professionals as well as work with and engaging families.

The ideal candidate will provide mental health, substance use disorder, and wellness services and become a part of programs that foster social skills and appropriate behavior.  The job calls for developing and implementing treatment plans, providing clinical assessments, diagnosis, treatment and occasional crisis management.  They will be both school office-based and integrated into a primary care setting working closely with a team of behavioral health professionals and medical practitioners.  A Master’s Degree in social work or counseling or doctorate in psychology required. Licensed practitioner in the State of Maine; maintain licensing requirements as required. Must have at least 3- 5 years’ experience in social work/counseling as well as of the ability to provide case formulation and develop focused/goal-oriented treatment plans.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: Competitive


401(k) matching
Dental insurance
Employee discount
Health insurance
Health savings account
Life insurance
Paid time off
Referral program

Flexibility of schedule   includes: the possibility of a schedule modified to match school year September to June

Schedule:  Monday – Friday school hours with the potential for planned after school or evening hours.



To apply for this job email your details to cgray@BRHCME.ORG