Join our expanding team at Fire Mountain Residential Treatment Center in beautiful Estes Park, Colorado. Fire Mountain sits on 35 acres just outside of Rocky Mountain National Park. With gorgeous landscapes and access to outdoor adventures, our program works with adolescents, ages 12- 17 who struggle with addiction and mental health issues. We are a 4-6 month program and work extensively with youth and their parents to help them learn coping skills, alter negative thinking patterns and develop healthy communication.

**(Benefits offered for full-time status include PTO, medical, IRA match, and amazing shift meals)

Current Job Openings at Fire Mountain Programs:

 

Operations Supervisor

Title:  Operations Supervisor

Reports To: Executive Director

Salary Range: $35,600-45,000 

FTE:  1.0 (40 hours/week) 

Join our expanding team at Fire Mountain Residential Treatment Center in gorgeous Estes Park, Colorado.  Fire Mountain sits on 35 acres just outside of Rocky Mountain National Park. With gorgeous landscapes and access to outdoor adventures; our program works with adolescents, ages 12-17 who struggle with addiction and mental health issues.  We are a 4-6 month program and work extensively with youth and their parents to help them learn coping skills, alter negative thinking patterns and develop healthy communication.  

The Operations Supervisor will oversee the nonclinical departments in the building, including Property, Kitchen and the Admin Dept.  This position is a member of the Department Managers team and will be responsible for developing new processes, writing policies/procedures and hardwiring standards.  The ideal candidate for this position is an individual who loves to manage people and departments, is a creative thinker and enjoys developing and improving systems.     

Qualifications and Education

Required

  • Bachelor's degree
  • 1-3 years experience management experience
  • 1-3 years experience in project management/system operations

Preferred

  • Human Resource experience
  • Experience with at-risk teens

Description of Job Qualifications, Required Skills and Duties: 

  • Hire, oversee, supervise and evaluate the following depts (property, kitchen, admin) 
  • Hire, oversee, supervise and educate contract employees to Contractors Policy
  • Conduct a property walk every morning and address any issues 
  • Develop efficient department systems 
  • Troubleshoot office equipment/property emergencies/IT emergencies
  • Upkeep property maintenance schedule
  • Develop annual operations planning schedule 
  • Facilitates the safety committee
  • Audit departments to ensure systems run efficiently
  • Oversee payroll and submit the PEO company every other week
  • Implement process improvement initiatives, such as LEAN
  • Train employees on State and JCAHO regulations and oversee their implementation 
  • Ensure weekly/monthly scheduled, formal supervisions/meetings with employees 
  • Track and report out monthly departmental budgets
  • Develop and audit departmental policies and protocols
  • Instigate quarterly fire and flood drills
  • Approve invoices
  • Pay and track bills
  • Update insurance policies as needed 
  • Maintain petty cash fund and send petty cash reports to off-site Accounting team 
  • Create project plans and oversee the implementation 
  • Develop Decision Trees for property emergencies
  • Oversee employee housing occupancy/agreements/payments
  • Design and oversee process for move-in and evacuation of employee tenants
  • Design handbook for the position
  • Ensure all non-clinical positions have a detailed policy/protocol handbook
  • Meetings with outsourced billing company
  • Create and/or update job descriptions for nonclinical areas
  • Interface with the PEO company, regarding workman’s comp issues
  • Interface with employee health coverage representatives
  • Develop effective filing system in the Admin department 
  • Meet weekly with Executive Director

General Skills

  • Team Player with all staff
  • Maintain a positive attitude toward all challenges and align with company mission
  • Prioritize projects
  • Professional Etiquette a must
  • Excellent Organizational Skills
  • Forward thinking with extreme attention to detail
  • Willingness and Capable of meeting hard deadlines
  • Reliable to complete tasks from beginning to end
  • Ability to multitask in a quick paced environment
  • Holistic and Integrated systems thinking
  • Solid logistics and planning skills

Knowledge

  • Must possess required knowledge and be able to explain and demonstrate, with or without reasonable accommodations, that the essential functions of the job can be performed 
  • Ability to execute and train to differing learning styles
  • Able to learn new techniques and processes used to evaluate employees and interns
  • Able to evaluate program effectiveness and quality
  • Project development
  • Supervisory principles, practices and methods
  • Basic understanding of psychology of addiction, mental health and at-risk adolescent behavior

Computer Skills

  • Ability to demonstrate proficiency using standard office software applications
  • Ability to demonstrate proficiency using google calendar, google docs; all google applications
  • Ability and willingness to learn new programs
  • Knowledge of Excel

Physical Requirements

  • Occasional lifting of objects up to 50 pounds
  • Subject to standing, walking, sitting, bending, reaching, kneeling, pushing and pulling.
  • Physical demands included in teaching physical education; hiking, jumping, stretching and lifting.

Work Environment: Sometimes Noisy, Quick Changes to schedules, Emotionally Demanding.

 

In order to apply for this position, please submit your cover letter and resume to Shari Simmons at shari@firemountainprograms.com

 

Therapist II

Title:  Therapist II

Reports To: Clinical Director

Salary Range: $40,000 - $60,000

Schedule: 40 hours per week

 

Join our expanding team at Fire Mountain Residential Treatment Center in gorgeous Estes Park, Colorado.  Fire Mountain sits on 35 acres just outside of Rocky Mountain National Park. With gorgeous landscapes and access to outdoor adventures, our program works with adolescents, ages 12-17 who struggle with addiction and mental health issues.  We are a 4-6 month program and work extensively with youth and their parents to help them learn coping skills, alter negative thinking patterns and develop healthy communication.  

 

The Therapist II will carry a caseload of 6-10 residential and/or outpatient clients and provide weekly individual and family therapy. This position will conduct 1-2 therapeutic groups per week, document all session notes, concurrents and treatment plans in a timely manner.  The ideal candidate for this position is an individual who loves to work with adolescents and families, has excellent time management skills and can incorporate experiential and outdoor elements to therapeutic interventions.     

 

Qualifications and Education

Required

  • LPC, LCSW, or LMFT 
  • Master’s Degree in Counseling, Clinical Social work, or Marriage and Family Therapy or equivalent.
  • 1 year of prior clinical experience working with at-risk youth providing individual, group and family therapy.

 

Preferred

  • Experience with utilization review and insurance companies

 

Description of Job Qualifications, Required Skills, and Duties: 

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES

  • Provide individual, family and group therapy for a caseload of 6-10 clients/families. 
  • Provide aftercare in the outpatient program as needed. 
  • Provide clinical assessment, service planning, individual, group, family and milieu therapies, counseling, case management, record keeping and service coordination with a multi-disciplinary team.
  • Document and assess the effectiveness of specific interventions toward meeting the objectives and goals of the treatment plan.
  • Provide appropriate and fitting DSM V diagnosis and criteria justification.
  • Document all therapy and contacts with clients and other service providers.
  • Maintain clients’ clinical files in a timely and orderly fashion.
  • Provide crisis intervention as needed. Ensure documentation is completed.
  • Prepare progress notes, staffing reports, treatment plans and discharge summaries in a timely manner.
  • Ensure the safety, health, and welfare of clients at all times.
  • Mentor and provide Direct Care and other staff.
  • Interface with the courts, probation, department of social services and the state department as needed. 
  • Make Child Protection reports as needed. 
  • Treat others with respect, confront negative behavior and support confrontations.
  • Complete required reports and documentation on time and reports problematic situations.
  • Attend and participate in weekly clinical meetings and other mandatory meetings.
  • Utilize clinical supervision and feedback to constantly improve skills.
  • Willingness to work with a wide variety of clients who, depending on referral sources, may have a full spectrum of clinical diagnoses and treat these clients without regard to gender, race, creed, national origin, religion, age, marital status, sexual orientation, or disability.
  • Adhere to the highest ethical, legal, and moral obligations of the applicant's licensure, professional standards as set forth by the State of Colorado, United States Federal government, and the FMRTC's standards.

Clinical Skills

  • Working knowledge of the following: child and adolescent development needs/behaviors, treatment plan development, family systems, mental illness diagnoses, and addiction and insurance documentation standards
  • Basic knowledge of and willingness to learn and improve upon insurance requirements, including proper documentation and assessments
  • Ability to translate the latest evidenced-based models into practical counseling, behavior management, and intervention skills.
  • Ability to organize work effectively, conceptualize and prioritize objectives and exercise independent judgment based on an understanding of organizational policies and activities.
  • Ability to understand overall business needs when approaching systems implementation and departmental operations.
  • Ability to respond to the most sensitive inquiries and complaints.
  • Excellent organizational and prioritization skills.

 

General Skills

  • Excellent communication skills
  • Team Player with all staff
  • Maintain a positive attitude toward all challenges
  • Professional Etiquette a must. 
  • Organizational and Time Management Skills
  • Forward thinking with extreme attention to detail
  • Willingness and Capable of meeting hard deadlines.
  • Reliable to complete tasks from beginning to end. 
  • Ability to multitask in a fast paced environment
  • Holistic and Integrated systems thinking
  • Solid logistics and planning skills

 

Computer Skills

  • Ability to demonstrate proficiency using standard office software applications
  • Ability to demonstrate proficiency using google calendar, google docs; all google applications
  • Ability and willingness to learn new programs

 

Physical Requirements

  • Occasional lifting of objects up to 50 pounds
  • Subject to standing, walking, sitting, bending, reaching, kneeling, pushing and pulling.

 

Work Environment: Sometimes Noisy, Quick Changes to schedules, Emotionally Demanding.

In order to apply for this position, please submit your cover letter and resume to Shari Simmons at shari@firemountainprograms.com

 

Overnight Direct Care Counselor

Are you a night owl? Do you enjoy having your days free? Is it important for you to make a difference in the lives of teens?

Join our expanding team at Fire Mountain Residential Treatment Center in gorgeous Estes Park, Colorado. Fire Mountain sits on 35 acres just outside of Rocky Mountain National Park. With gorgeous landscapes and access to outdoor adventures, our program works with adolescents, ages 12-17 who struggle with addiction and mental health issues. We are a 4-6 month residential and outpatient program. We work extensively with youth and their parents to help them learn coping skills, alter negative thinking patterns and develop healthy communication.

The Overnight Direct Care Counselor will supervise, counsel and ensure personal and milieu safety for up to 18 youth, administer medication, conduct room searches, provide clinical documentation and complete administrative projects during overnight hours. Other responsibilities will include attending (or listening to recordings) weekly staff meetings and attending required training. The ideal candidate for this position is an individual who enjoys the quiet of overnight work, loves to work with adolescents, has a calm demeanor and can provide guidance to clients in a therapeutic program.

Benefits for Mental Health Counselor:
For FULL-TIME employees, benefits include: 80% employer-paid medical, 100 % employer-paid accident; Simple IRA (3% employer matching), 100% employer-paid Dental, $25,000 employer-paid Life Insurance.

We also have housing packages available if you are in need of housing.

Qualifications for Mental Health Counselor:
-High school diploma or similar and 1 year of experience in the human services field, or at least 2 years of college education.
-Ability to exhibit strong boundaries with compassion
-Must be at least 21 years old
-First Aid/CPR required once hired (class can be provided by Fire Mountain); QMAP or willingness to take the class required, and CAC I or II welcome.
-Background check required.

Job Type: Full-time

Shifts:

  • Graveyard (Required)

Work Location:

  • One location

Benefits offered:

  • Paid time off
  • Health insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Healthcare spending or reimbursement accounts such as HSAs or FSAs
  • Retirement benefits or accounts
  • Gym memberships or discounts
  • Workplace perks such as food/coffee and flexible work schedules

Please submit your full application to aidan@firemountainprograms.com

 

Mental Health Counselor

Mental Health Counselor Environment:
Fire Mountain Residential Treatment Center (FMRTC) is looking for a Direct Care Counselor, or more formally called a Mental Health Technician. FMRTC is an intense recovery program for teens dealing with addiction and co-occurring issues. We focus on attachment, family and individual therapy, holistic health, recreation/nature-based therapies, art therapies and much more. For more information about our program, please visit www.firemountainprograms.com.

Qualifications for Mental Health Counselor:
-High school diploma or similar and 1 year of experience in the human services field, or at least 2 years of college education.
-Ability to exhibit strong boundaries with compassion
-Must be at least 21 years old
-First Aid/CPR required once hired (class can be provided by Fire Mountain); QMAP or willingness to take the class required, and CAC I or II welcome.
-Background check required.

Pay for Mental Health Counselor:
$12.00 - $15.00 per hour. (DOE)

Benefits for Mental Health Counselor:
For FULL-TIME employees, benefits include: 80% employer paid medical, 100 % employer paid accident; Simple IRA (3% employer matching), 100% employer paid Dental, $25,000 employer paid Life Insurance.

We also have housing packages available if you are in need of housing.

Job Type: Full-time, Part-Time, and PRN (Relief) Mental Health Counselor

If you are interested in this position, please include your resume and a short paragraph on why you think you would be a good fit.

 

Please submit your full application to aidan@firemountainprogram.com